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Curriculum & Resources: Sugar Consumption Infographic Curriculum & Resources: Sugar Consumption Infographic
OnlineNursingProgram.com's jaw-dropping infographic on sugar consumption reveals the not-so-sweet truth—Americans eat way too much sugar. Data visualization puts the statistics into context. When sugar intake increases, so do the pounds and risks for high blood pressure, diabetes, and more. A clear case for changing our behavior.
Winter 2012 Powerful Voice Winner Lisa Schwartz Winter 2012 Powerful Voice Winner Lisa Schwartz
by Lisa Schwartz
Lisa Schwartz is a high school student at Presentation Academy in Louisville, KY. She read and responded to the YES! Magazine article, "What's the Harm in Hunting" by Alyssa Johnson. Read Lisa's essay about changing her opinions on hunting.
Winter 2012 Middle School Winner Stro Hastings Winter 2012 Middle School Winner Stro Hastings
by Stro Hastings
Stro Hastings is a middle school student at Mountain Sun Community School in Brevard, NC. He read and responded to the YES! Magazine article, "What's the Harm in Hunting" by Alyssa Johnson. Read Stro's essay about hunting fair.
Author Response to Winter 2012 Essay Winners Author Response to Winter 2012 Essay Winners
Alyssa Johnson responds to the winners of the Winter 2012 YES! National Student Writing Competition.
Winter 2012 College Winner Jenny Courtney Winter 2012 College Winner Jenny Courtney
by Jenny Courtney
Jenny Courtney is a student at American River College in Sacramento, CA. She read and responded to the YES! Magazine article, "What's the Harm in Hunting" by Alyssa Johnson. Read Jenny's essay about meat production and hunting.
Curriculum & Resources: Cooperative Teach-In Curriculum & Resources: Cooperative Teach-In
The Cooperative Teach-in is a nationwide initiative that engages campuses with the cooperative movement through events, programs, and projects.
Visual Learning: It's in the Bag Visual Learning: It's in the Bag
This Visual Learning activity will get students thinking about how we use plastic, and the implications of living conveniently.
Winter 2012 Writing Competition Winners Winter 2012 Writing Competition Winners
Winning Essays from the YES! National Student Writing Competition Winter 2012, "Is hunting moral?"
Spotlight on Green Spotlight on Green
A collection of education resources about "Green." From the environment to the economy, bring green into the classroom.
YES! Recommends: The Story of Stuff Project YES! Recommends: The Story of Stuff Project
The Story of Stuff Project now offers more films that explain and inform. Check out The Story of Broke, The Story of Citizens United v. FEC, and don't miss out on free curriculum from Facing the Future.
Visual Learning: You Say Tomato, I Say Tomahto Visual Learning: You Say Tomato, I Say Tomahto
Visual Learning activity using an image of industrial tomato field in the central valley of California.
YES! Recommends: Creative Change Educational Solutions YES! Recommends: Creative Change Educational Solutions
Creative Change's comprehensive approach to curriculum transformation places food systems, renewable energy, urban revitalization, and other sustainability issues at the center of education innovation and reform.
Visual Learning: We Are the 99% Visual Learning: We Are the 99%
With this YES! lesson plan, try to truly understand an image, its message, and why it's interesting (or not). In this case, it's all about animals as food.
Visual Learning: Boom! Visual Learning: Boom!
With this YES! lesson plan, try to truly understand an image, its message, and why it's interesting (or not). In this case, it's all about oil spill cleanup.
Visual Learning: “Who’s that swimming in my pool?” Visual Learning: “Who’s that swimming in my pool?”
With this YES! lesson plan, try to truly understand an image, its message, and why it’s interesting (or not). In this case it's all about our relationship with the natural world.
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